I think webERP supplies most of this, although maybe not as nicely as one
would like. I have done some further development that will make it nicer
soon though mostly by having item grouping possible so you don't get one
When you create an order you can get a list of items and select from it.
In the coming months I plan to enhance that so you can enter a quantity
beside each item wanted on the search list instead of clicking order some
on only one at a time.
Seems to me a pick list is like a packing slip which webERP has.
Not sure about shelves/bins. Maybe it doesn't track that but possibly you
could use serial lot/batch control as a mechanism for that...I mean I know
it's not really for that but maybe it can be used that way. I believe
when you receive an item and it's serial the system asks to put in a lot.
You could enter the shelf.
From: Perry [mailto:perry@...]
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 7:29 AM
Subject: Re: [webERP-users] Warehouse question
It's definatly a pitty the warehouse wishes my customer has can't be
Is there no one else who had the same wish?:
- Be able to define products on shelfs
- Select them on an order list
- Create a picklist
- And check where the products will be placed on a shelf when they come in?
Unfortunatly it seems we have to look out to something else...but what?
Back to the simple excel file I suppose :-)